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Buhari Did Not Reject 2016 Budget – Presidency
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Sen. Ita Enang, Senior Special
Assistant to the President on
National Assembly Matters (Senate),
said President Muhammmadu
Buhari did not reject the 2016
budget as being speculated.

Enang told newsmen in Abuja on
Monday that media reports alleging
that the budget had been rejected
were untrue.

He said that what Buhari did before
travelling to China was to send the
budget to ministries in order to get
feedbacks that would inform his
assent.

“The president received the budget
and convened an emergency
Federal Executive Council meeting.

“He gave each of the ministers,
departments and agencies the
opportunity to look at the details as
submitted by the National
Assembly.

“This is to enable him get opinion
on the state of the budget to enable
him take a decision.

“The exercise was conducted on
Friday and it is ongoing by the
different ministers and ministries,”
he explained.

Enang said that currently, Buhari
had not fouled the constitutional
time frame to assent to the budget,
adding that it should not be
assumed that the budget had been
rejected.

“The constitutional time frame for
Mr President’s receiving and
considering the budget began on
Friday last week.

“The question has not arisen as to
returning or otherwise.

“But, I want to say the best way we
as liaison officers are handling this
matter is to speak less and work
more, creating interactions.

“So, we will raise more
interactions, consultations,
engagements.

“There is nothing for the country to
worry about, because we do not
want to have crisis between the
Executive and the Legislature, and
it would not arise; this is one
government,” he said

Source: Vanguard
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